… are co-hosts of
the podcast, Utopia Dispatch, as well as being local Peckham and Nunhead
residents. The show looks at how we can reimagine the future and reshape the
world to create a society where humans and nature thrive in harmony. They are
interested in how communities can be strengthened and empowered to create a
future that we all want. For Open Day they join Exit Map on the quest to
interview residents of Nunhead which will be made available online and
throughout the day for people to listen to.
… is a dancer,
performer, choreographer and teacher. She draws on her training in contemporary
dance, including Bartenieff Fundamentals and Release technique, as well as
African dance, street dance and somatics. She sources from martial arts and
shiatsu and her teachings distils a processes of investigation and
transmission, focusing on breath, weight, gravity, space and relationship. The
class energizes through release, pulses, circles and spirals, groove, rhythm and
dynamics., creating movement patterns that weave into dance phrases.
Looking for an exciting way to kick-start your fitness regime or want
to up your exercise game? Join Sam for a mix of HIT and conditioning moves
guaranteed to shape and tone your whole body. Set to a club-worthy beat, expect
to sweat in this fun 30-minute class filled with circuit-based cardio and
endurance training that will leave you feeling stronger, fitter and more
confident. All abilities welcome!
Interactions, Mapping Nunhead and Indy Doc Musical ‘I am not a village’
Lucy F Thane
Lucy Thane is a Dancer with a Camera. Coming
from the Film industry and as a documentary filmmaker in London, NYC and San
Francisco, she facilitated production based training at Artists
Television Access in the Mission district of
San Francisco and Sidecar in Hackney, London.
For the past 15 years she has practiced &
trained extensively in live performance, improvisation and dance, and exhibited
nationally and internationally in both her own
and other Artists’ work. She has a Masters in Performance and creative research
from Roehampton university. Her current work, as director and performer, is a
feature length Independent documentary Musical “I am not a Village
Since over a year the Green has helped independent dance artist to
deepen their practice through support in kind. By helping out with studio space
that is otherwise left over, Exit Map, an organization brought to life by Laura
Doehler, facilitates Shared Practice; a
format for dancers and dance makers to use this space for training and creative
practice. This evening features some of their work which could not have been
realised without the support of The Green and likewise, the Open Day is our
return of favour to support the centre in its mission to be at the centre of
its community. Open Day has been our initiative and our way to say Thank You
Very Much – and the mutual gesture to give in order to support is what we
believe in as the way forward, as a way of being together.
Agnes Bakucz Canario
… is a movement artist based in Peckham. Their work is collaborative
and merges movement across disciplines, in search for tenderness and meaning in
everyday matters like relationships to money, digitality, institutions,
borders, and water. ‘Classical Waters’ references mythology (the figure of the
mermaid, the Kelpie, and the whale) with decorative infrastructures around
water (fountains, baths and swimming pools). Alongside Thelma Sharma, the
performer, Agnes has explored these ‘objects’ as sites/structures of human
desire, longing, and nostalgia for the unknown, the subconscious and a public
vs. intimate relationship to sensuality/sexuality.
… dance artist, teacher, performer, maker –
works mainly in London, based in Ladywell, the other side of the cemetery, as
well as internationally. There are many kinds of work dance artists do but the
ones I describe as current and significant to my vision, are my work as
movement teacher in HE at NCCA and as Contact Improvisation teacher, my own
movement research I undertake by myself via The Shared Practice at The Green
and in conjunction with other dance or performance artists such as h2dance,
Tara D’Arquian, Maria Zemlinsky and Cleo Lagrait. This work I am presenting has
been a journey and it’s become a puzzle; Nothing
I do is a solo about how we engage, configuring a way of being by
attempting a closure on generating, a closure on should, could and would. It
touches on ‘not enough’ and ‘trying too hard’ and ‘fitting in’.
Adult Contemporary Dance Students
This group is made up of people who wanted to dance and dared. Every
Wed at Siobhan Davies Studios a creative contemporary dance class happens with
an half hour extension that are practical choreographic inquiries. This is the
first public sharing of some things we touched on. It is a sharing, nothing
that ever was rehearsed but experienced and enjoyed. We would like to share the
simplicity and power of wanting to dance and hope it reaches out to all those
who would love to dance. The idea is not that we all can dance but that we all
do dance; either in a mundane and functional way or with a creative spirit
attached that claims freedom and transformation.
Tania Soubry Brave
Until October I am undertaking a research project, which at the moment
is mainly in the lecture and writing phase. The research examines the rave
movement in relation to the rise of neoliberalism. A core question and desire
of the project is to reflect and envision a new social and environmental myth
for humanity, storytelling through voices and music, affecting our being
towards an altered perception of ourselves. As I already had a showing within
this research, in the atelier of a former steel-factory, I share with you part
of that work in an updated form.
… there is tea and coffee, nibbles and games and plenty of space to
get moving, make stuff – from knitting to drawing to sawing – to bring life
into where you live by getting to know who you live with. Nunhead offers so
much and the Green has plenty to share and accommodate and this is our day to
say ‘Look what we have for you’ and ask ‘Anything else we can do?’
Come in, enjoy and speak to us!
HOLLY ROOM Making Connections
3-4 pm ENGINEERING
for kids from 7 – 13 yearls old
We are looking for an experienced accountant or bookkeeper to support the Green Community Centre with its financial management. The tasks in this role vary from processing income and payments in our finance system and managing the balance-sheet to preparing summary financial reports for our board. This is a flexible part-time role of approximately 1 day a week. It would suit someone comfortable with using finance systems, preferably QuickBooks. Pay is up to £20 per hour depending on skills and experience.
Ideal candidate will have a finance qualification, be partly qualified or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and experience of working as a bookkeeper, with practical finance experience. You will have a good knowledge of finance systems such as QuickBooks, Excel, and be confident dealing with people. You will also have strong communications skills and be comfortable multi-tasking. If you believe you have these skills, please apply.
To apply please send us your CV and a brief statement outlining why you are suitable for the job, along with the Equal opportunities form, to Jasmin Bukic, centre manager firstname.lastname@example.org by 10:00 am on 18th February 2019. Please note, we will only be able to contact the shortlisted candidates, so if you have not heard from us by 21st February presume your application unsuccessful.
Main Job Duties:
Recording financial transactions in
Handling accounts payable and
Managing profit and loss statements
and balance sheets
Maintaining balance sheet ledgers
Filing historical records and
retrieving necessary documents as required
Monitoring debt levels and ensuring
compliance with debt controls
Recording cash receipts and
handling bank deposits
Maintaining petty cash
Matching transactions in QB and completing
Preparing reports for the finance
sub-committee and the board
Monitoring actuals versus budgets
Additional bookkeeping duties as
designated by management
Working knowledge of accounting systems, preferably QuickBooks
Felipe Bustos Sierra’s feature charts the incredible true story of the Scots who managed to ground half of Chile’s Air Force, from the other side of the world, in the longest single act of solidarity against Pinochet’s brutal dictatorship.
In 1974 a group of workers at the Rolls Royce factory in East Kilbride showed their support for the people of Chile by refusing to carry out the vital repairs of engines for Hawker Hunter planes, which had been used during the brutal military coup in September 1973. The boycott endured for four years but the Scottish workers never knew what impact they had; it was a matter of conscience and an act of solidarity. Bustos Sierra – himself the Scotland-based son of a Chilean exile – reunites inspirational figures Bob Fulton, Robert Somerville, Stuart Barrie and John Keenan to hear their story. With unprecedented access, Nae Pasaran also ventures much further to detail the horrors of the Pinochet years, meets survivors of the period and hears the Chilean side of the story.